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How to Remove an Iron-on Patch

by Tara Dooley
Sometimes you might buy something at a secondhand shop that you really like or have had something handed down to you that you would like to wear, but there is a problem. There is a patch that you don't care for or you want moved to a different spot on the garment. How do you take the patch off? If i...

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